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the mountain democrat.
A Itmm.
Tba following, communication ia (he
answer of Gen. Van Rensselaer, comman
der of the rolunteer* of 1813, to the po
lite invitation of the New York City
Joint League to the veterans to untie
with them at Utica.
Hon. A. M. Tabor and P. M. Whetroore,
Secretaries:
Gonnn: I have the honor to ac
knowledge the receipt of vour polite note,
on behalf of the Loyal League of Union
i-itieeni in the City of New York, asking
" « T as General In-CMef of
ilia ret crane of the war of 1813, to pro
care their attendance at a row essem
blase of loyal citizens to be held at Utica,
on the 87th of May, inet., for the pur
pose of manifesting a fixed determination
the Government in its rightful
efforts to quell the rebellion and sustain
the Union, the Constitution, and the su
premacy of the national flag.
V In answer to the invitation, I beg leave
» nir.-r-Wvth* e'WJsaeitY Pjf the con
templated assemblage at Utica, unless it
be a political movement for partisan ends,
ia not very apparent to me ; at no petiod
of the rebellion has greater unanimity
prevailed in the Northern States than at
the present time, to preserve the integri
ty of the Union and the constitution)!
rights of its citizens; and equally unan
imoua appears to be the conviction of the
utter incompetency of the National Ad
ministration to conduct «ur civil and mil
itary affairs, ao as to bring the cruel civil
war, which is rending asunder our great
Republic, to s successful termination.
The devoted loyalty of the veterans re
quires lbs endorsement of no man. At
the dawn of manhood they risked their
ilimtM and livea to vindicate American
rights and independence against a foreign
enemy; end on every political issue
which hag since agitated the country they
have always been found sustaining the
Union, the Constitution, and the suprem
acy of the laws.
At the first announcement of John
Brown's raid into Virginia, in the au
tumn of 1859, tlie General in-Cliief of the
-veterans issued to them a general order,
which was widely circulated, warning
them that civil war was at hand, nod
pointing out their duty in these emphatic
words:
In the event of an insurrection or re- ;
bellior, I need not tell you w hat your j
duty will be; you learnt it in the war ot
1813, when you were mustered ami
armed, not o'uly to repel Brili-h invasion,
but to punish, if necessary, domestic j
treason of the Hartford Convention .
coinage.
•• You will, therefore, respond to the
call of your country in person, if you can,
or by your sons and grandsons if you
cannot, and you will counsel them tliat
no sacrifice of men and treasure can he
too great to maintain the Union; the
sheet anchor of our safety at home, and
the pillar of our national strength and
greatness abroad.
•• Fail not to impress on tin ir minds a-. >
on tables of brass, that aft r passing j
throo gh a f. •elile infancy with all the in
atitulions we now have, and attained the 1
gigantic stature of a colossal manhood, (
and taken rank amnttg-t the lir»t nati-.n
of the cai til, to emasculate row (hat man j
hood by a ili-soluti»u of the Union on
account of negro slavery, nouM he an I
act of madness and folly that would .
cause us enduring regret, and expose Us 1
deservedly to the dciision of the civilized j
world.”
The lesson taught them in the war of j
1813 had caused them to set a high v.-ilu- ‘
on the Union, as a guarantee of national ;
strength and greatness, but exptriem-. !
has also taught them that incapacity in :
civil and -military leaders, is as fatal to j
the success of x glorious cause and a gal
lant army, as treachery, venality, or env- |
ardice; that stern rebuke and public cen- j
aure, not flattery and tare acquicscen-e.
were the way to correct scf conceit and
ignorance, in its career of blindness and
mislaxea. j
The veterans, as far I represent ih. m.
go for the entire Union, ami the suppres
aion of the rebellion hv lorce of arms, it
practicable, hut they regard the Admin
istration of Presider t Lincoln in ref. rence
to these ends, patriotic (hough it he, a- -
miscalculating and inetfi. ieiii, and to sup ;
port it by large majonlhs would be t -
confirm it in palpable error; and Hint a
change in its disastrous policy m»v b. .
made by throwing it into a minority at
the elections, and thus showing U that it
bad l< >st the confidence of the nation.
For these reasons I feel b -und in the
most respectful terms tu decline issuing j
an order as Commander nt the veterans i
of 1812. requesting them to accept of
your polite invitation, on Wednesday
next. Very respectfully, your obedient
servant, Jons S. Van Rensselaer,
General-in-Chief, &e.
Albany, May 25, 1868.
Tnx Devil’s Choicest Servants.— The
Devil, ax is his custom once a year, held
an examination to see which one of his
impa had labored most faithfully in his
service. Calling them together, he ques
tioned them as to what they hud per
formed
‘ I,* said one, 1 raised a mighty whirl
wind, which blew the sands of the desert
upon a caravan of Christian pilgrims, and
they all perished.’
‘I,’ said another, ‘sank a ship loaded
with Cbristiaos and they were all lost.’
’ But their souls were all saved, so that
did me no good,’ replied the Devil, con
temptuously.
‘Weil, said a third, ‘in that part of
America from which your majesty has of
ten regretted having so few subjects, I,
by good management have succeeded in
having one of your majesty's particular
friends appointed ruler, which was no
sooner effected than he adroitly set the 1
inhabitants by the ears fighting over a [
question, which be told them at the time
would still remain the same, after vears !
of bloodshed.'
* That's better,’ * cried the Devil, ‘ and
if it can be kept up, as you say, that
country will yet afford us a good crop.’
‘ And I,’ said a fourth, ‘have not been
idle in that part of the world. I have
cultivated the most intimate acquain
tance with many of their divines, and 1
have persuaded them to drop the Bible
and take up war politics, and they are
having a vast influence among the circles
which have been wout to look to them
for advice.’
’Hal ha 1* laughed the Dovil, * you
arc tfce smartest imp of them a!!, and
•hall have the highest place in my favor.
I xee that I shall have no cause to coin
plain of that country being unproduc
tive to my kingdom hereafter.’—[Newark
Journal.
Road the advertiacmcou.
"Away with mb Cohstitutioh I"— At
a late Republican meeting at Woodland,
John B. Harmon, a prominent lawyer of
Sacramento, and one of the acknowledged
oracle* of hia party' made a speech, from
which the following is an extract:
"Thi* is no time to inquire into the con
st'tutinnality of any measure proposed by
the Government for the arrest of the rebel
lion. What are Constitutionsf Documents
that may be made and destroyed at will.
Away with the Constitution—push on the
war. [Great applause.] This war has, by
the force of circumstacea, resolved itself
into an abolition war, and the time has ar
rived when every man most acknowledge
himself either an abolitionist or an enemy
of his government. I, therefore, avow my•
self an abolitionist, and am in (avordi' con
tinuing the war until the last slave upon
the American continent has been emanci
pated." [Tremendous applause.]
The Goverinent at Washington is not
Lincoln's but the people's; though, in the
last two years, the people have had very
little influence in it, and Mr. Lincoln all.
PkEHTICE laughs at the heading " As-
Rnhbevjt," which frequently ap
pears in connection with some fraud on
the government. He says he occasinally
sees caaesof astounding honesty, but rob
bery no longer astounds.
1 ■■■ ■ * m ♦ — —-
Bur » Da#hs«rsr Washing Mschiot if you
wnnt to |*ltine the ladies.
Special anti General Notices.
Tho Medical cad Sarf leal laatltatc
of Dr. L. J. < lariAT. It already secured in a po
sition which placet It, at well ai its proprietor, far
; above the aetaulte of envy and profeeeiooal malice.
In the school* of Fraoce, the hifheat pnaee are
often awarded to praelitiooere in thia department
! of Medical bcience, and they occupy with other*,
an equally lofty poeitioa in the profession. Ricord
i is an illustrious example, a sbininf lifht among
: the philosophical stars of his aft in Europe, and
Dr. Czapksy has folly equalled him in this country,
as a proof of which, the Philadelphia Collefe of
Medkine complimented him with a diploma, and
the honorary ad eMcnem degree. Se eding this
1 as hi* field of operation, although qualified as a
graduate of the University of Tcstb, and late
Chief Burgeon of the Hungarian Revolutionary
1 array, fur more extended labors. Dr. L. J. Ciapkay
baa bent his can eat attention to the sure efehroa
ic diseases, in which he has become so great and
expert that he is now regarded as the Leader in
this branch of his rrofesaion throughout the Uni
led States, and hie portrait and biography ere
published es matter of interest to their readers in
the most exclusive journals The Doctor's offices
are at his Medical an<f Surgical Institute, on Sac*
rainento street, corner of Leidsdorff, nearly oppo
site the buildings of the Pacific Mail Steamship
Company.
{jCr We ash the particular attention of our
readers to the sworn certificates of remarkable
cures, in auolber column of this paper.
The Physician la eftea hlamed for
want of success In his treatment, when the disappoint
in cut In the recovery of the sick is to be traced to
the aJ.cini«terlog : mpure medicines. Robert White
apothecary, is paying particular attention to the
compounding physicians' prescriptions and family
recipea. from medicines of undoubted purity. Robert
White, Medical Hall, Is appointed agent for ntos*
of the genuine Patent Medicines.
•—T—1 86 0—X.
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS.
They purify, strengthen, and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite
They are an antidote to change of water and
diet.
They overcome effects of dissipation and late
hou^a.
They strengthen the system aud enliven the
mind.
They prevent miasmatic and intermittent
fevers.
They purify the breath aud acidity of the
stomach.
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
I hey cure Diarrhea, Cholera, and Cholera
Morbua.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Head
aehe.
They are the best Bitters In the world. They
wake the weak man strong, and art exhausted na
ture** ffrf.it restorer. They are made of pure St’
Croix Itum, the celebrated Caliaaya Bark, roots
aud herbs, and are taken with the pleasure of a
beverage, without regard to age or time of day
Parti*'marly recommended to persons re
quiring a delicate stimulant. Bold by all Orocers*
Druggists, Hotels aud Saloons. P H Drake ft
Co., New York. Ciamk ft Biioham, Agents,
San Francisco. (lulyl eow.y)
Cfjureijes-Ctaritable ©rtoers
ProtMUnt Epiicopil Church.—
I’l.At 'hllV11,1.a. Difint at the Court House
«vc-y euudny morn inf. a’ o'clock. Sunday School
*t «ai»e place, at 1)g *•. M. COLOMA—Service
on the ftrat and third Sunday evening* of the month,
et T o’clock. EL IXJHAIK)—Services on the second
ind fourth Sunday evenings of the month, at seven
o’clock. Dl AMOND SPRINGS—Service on the sec
| , i.d and fourth Sundays of each month, at 4 o'clock
v. » C. C. PEIRCE, Minister.
Residenoe, Cary House, Placervlllc. Jett
Catholic Church.—Rev, J, Largaa
will officiate in Georgetown on every first Sunday
of the month ; also, in Coloma Church on the third
! Sunday. Divine service commences at 10 a. M.
Vespers, in St. Patrick’s Church, P'arervtUe, on
etcry Sunday evening, at a quarter past 7. jy¥7
A
Palmyra Lodge, Jfo. 131, F. 4 A. M.
hold their regular meetings on Tuesday nights next
lirereding the full moon of each month, in the new
Hall, Upper Placer v llle. All brethren In good stand
ing are invited to attend.
CHARLES D. HANDY, W. M.
J. McKinlit, Secretary.
Masonic Notice.—Stated Meetings of
El Dorado Lodge, No. 26. are held at Masonic llall,
on the Alonday of or next preceding *be Full Moon
in each month.
FREDERICK F. BARSS, W. M.
Jamison M. Graktoam, Secretary.
Masonic.—Sierra Nevada Council,
No. 40, of Royal and Select Masters, bolds stated
meetings on the evening of the first Tuesday of
each month, in Masonic Hall, Placerville.
ISAAC 8. TITUS, T. I. M.
Jambs L. Wbymoutu. Recorder.
Masonic. •• St. James Royal Arch
Chapter, No. 16, hold# ita regular meetings in Ma
sonic Hall, on the evening of the first Wednesday
of each mouth. All Companions in good standing
will be cordially welcomed.
WILLIAM A. JANUARY, M. E. H. P.
1.8. Tiros,Secretary.
m
7.rim. Elcimpm.il, I. O. O. F., No.
5, meet., in (MU Fellow.' Hall, oo the evenings of
the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month—
6ojourniug Patriarch, are cordially invited to mi
nuend.
O. W. IJOWLET, C. P.
Wm. Kjchblsotu, Seribe. JsnlS
I. O. O. P.-Homla, Star Led,., No
10, I. O. O. P., moots every Saturday Evening, a
Odd Fellows' Bait, on Stony Point, tiacerville. A!
Brothers in good standing are fraternally Invited W
»'und. S= J. IHYEH, «. Q.
8. A PlWWBLL, R. 8. deoSS gm
NOTION.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED to the undersigned
arc requeued to call and (aula op their me
counts as we an closing out business hen.
HUNT 8 CITACF.
Placerville, June ISIh, lddS.—tf
ffirocrrle*, Liquor* Stc.
BWXLIAHT SUCCESS!
THE TTBBT OUW ON THE SEASON
IE OPPOSITION TO EtONOPOLTl
flP4
JUST IBCUTCO at LUHCIin
OB1GINAL STAND, MrM> of Mala u4
hcrianto Mmla, wpwHi lb*
Hot*I, a largo aad vail aoloc
FAMILY OROCniES,
PBOVISIONS, MIN IBS’ SOPIUES,
OB AIN. WINES AND LiaUOBS.
CHOICE TOBACCO AND SBOABSI
Conitantly on band, tba boat qoalltio* of
C nulled Bugir, Old Ma CoBee,
I ell.* - Coal* Sica -
China “ Manilla “
Peruvian •• Java “
Powdered " Oreaad. -
Fine Byropo, Teae.Oreea,
Sompi, aaa'd,
Caodlei,
Mackerel,
Oyaoro,
Otlra Oil,
Coal OU,
March
Spleaa,
laadlaea,
Lobatara,
Plcklaa,
Lard,
Ha
Bacon,
Camphene, .
leal Brand, of Plrar.
THE BEST QUAUTT Of BCTTEB, Imporlod dl
rectlj from the lam, al price! which defy all
competition.
Purchaoera would do veil to (Ira me a call before
buying elaewhere, for “ On* dollar aawed I* aa food
ae two dollari earned."
The mbacrlber reopectfnlly aollclu a oontlaoaace
of the palroonge heretofore a* liberally e!tended to
him. He (i determined to evil everything In hie line
ot price* to tail the time*, end will not be oodortold
for CASH or Ite equivalent.
f9~ Ooodi delivered to oil part* af the City free
of charge.
L. LAIDECKER,
Cerner Main and Baeramento Street!.
Oppoette the Orleam Hotel,
oprlS Placereille.
a. T. ntTBT,
a. a. caeca.
HUNT * CHACE,
natLaaa m
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, GRAIN
LIQUORS, ETC., BTC.,
»ii« niiiT, omana raa Tiliru,
Dally Receive Prtak Bm,plica aftka
Chalccat Oaa<a.
»•« They Invite the nttentlen of tho public to their
mammoth STOCK, which they ore offerlny .1
(reotly reduced priceo. HUNT A CHACE.
IW
IIQL'ORS. —A choice eoeortment of Californio
j Wineo, Floe Brondito.ond a fenercl aaoortiaeot
of forei|n and Domeotle Llqaora. For aale hr
U HUNT A CHACE, on the PUaa. '
OILS AND CAM PHENE.—Lord Oil, Keroalne 01
Polar OU,Camphene,etc.,hy the cane or can.
HUNT A Oil ACE,
lit? On the Plaaa, PlacerrUle.
FRESH EGOS alwaye on hand, and for aale al
loneat market ratoa. by HUNT A CHACE,
I*‘f Oo the Plaaa, PlacerrUle.
SUGARS.— Cruehed, Powdered, New Orleano No.
1 China, Coffee Cruehed, by the barrel, half baa,
rel. boa, or at retail. HUNT A CHACE,
Utf On the Plaaa, PloeerelUo.
CALIFORNIA PICKLES, Id key, and jara. lor aale
by HUNT A CHACE.
l«tf On the Plaaa, PlacerelUe.
L. B. RICHARDSON * CO.,
(tueceaaora toOEO. P. JONES.)
Groceries, Provisions, Liquor*,
Crookerjr, Hardwire, •to..
At the Old Stand,
SION OP “ No. 9."
83*Ordrre promptly ottoadod to, and food, da
litered free of charye.
•7if L. B. BICHAKDSON k CO.
CAUPHENE, BURNING FLUID,
OIL, ALCOHOL. BTC.,
Eeceired weekly from tho Orlyinol
Pacific OH and Camphono Works,
Eve'f Packaye Warranted Poll Menenre,
FOB SALE AT LOWEST PRICES
srtf Be.».
PIONEER STAGE COMPANY,
*— PROM
PLACEHVILLEl TO SACBAMXHTOI
VIA
Diamond Spring*, El Dorado, ClarkooVU and
foUom /
CARRYING THE U. I. MAILS
And Welli, Fargo A Co'a Exproaa.
COACHES leave Placervllle 4 ail 7 la Una la cam*
nect with the eare of the Sacrameute Taller
Railroad to Scoramenlo. Returning,
Leave Fol.cn> oo tha arrival of the aaaratas trail
| from Sacramento.
Aleo, leave Plaeert Hie daily for Virginia City, via
Strawberry, Van gyokle’t,Genoa, Carton City,Silver
| City anti Gold HUI.
,% None hut gentlemanly and experienced dri
vert are employed.
e*e Pattengere regiaterlng their uamee trill he
called for in any part of the olty.
OFFICES—At the Cary Heuee, and at the Nevada
Houte, Upper PlacerviUe.
LOUIS MaLAMB A CO..
Proprieterl.
THEO. P. TRACT, A get t.
PlacerviUe, October 4th, IS«S.
Sacramento Valley Railroad and Pao>
ramento, Placer and Nevada R. R.
From (acramekto to auburn station
IN TWO HOURS.—On and after October ltth
the paetengrr cere of the above named reade will he
run ae fullowt:
or null
Will leave Saoramento al 4)4 a. a., I aad 4 r. a.
Leave Foliom at TX A. a.! and 8X p. a.
bowb mix*
Leave Aubnrn Station at I and 1<>X 1. a.
Leave FoUom at f a. a., It a., aad bX p. a.
ON SUNDAY ana trala only, leaving gocrentaie
at <X A. a., end Auburn Station nt I0X A. a.
The »x *• »■ end 4 ». a. trala* rwnatof through to
Aubnrn Station.
Patten gere for PlacerviUe and Canon Tolley will
take Huge*. and lor Lincoln, change care, at To loom,
nn llte arrival of the #X A. a. train, nod tboee far
Aubnrn Station retain thalr teato.
Suitable arrangement* having hoaa mado for the
roception of freight at Aaburn Station, It wits here
after bo received ot Sacramento for that point, for
ratae of tell apply at the oBco.
TICKET OFFICII, oppoaMo tha care, oa
Front ilroet, under the What Cheer Hoaoc.
declS J. r. ROBINSON, Rapt
A. He REID’S
LIVERY AND TEED STABLE.
la the roar of tha Old Boaad Teat,
MJLIH STOUT. FLAOBBVZLLB.
— THE Underalgaed woald reopeolfnll
73— the public that they
(W!
SorieShituii
I timet obtain'at hie tetah&hm*at‘lb
___ very heel of driving team! aad eaddl
torter, at tat lownt rate*.
CF Hornet boarded by the day, week, or meal!
on the molt re tie liable termt.
IMm A. 8. RFID.
Cfea*. B. 9rttlt’s Column.
Dry Good* and Clothing.
OHAS. B. PETTIT,
mauumuiiaiuia in
STAPLE AMS mOT
CARPETS, OILCLOTUI,
MATTINGS,
rant vJa,Ati-
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
GLOVES AND HOSIEBT.
WHITE OOOD8,
LACKS, EMBROIDERIES,
Fvniahing and Trimming Xtooda,
IKON-TROUT BLOCK,
MAIN STRKirr, PLACEBVILLE.
IMTITU th, attention cf purch.Mra to hi* large
u4 complete aeeonment, which h, U tolling at
TKS LOWEST MARKET PRICES!
Hi, atock ha, btn carefully selected from flret
elaa, Importing Hootee, and he I, confident he can
plMM all who bror him with their patronage.
NEW GOODS!
fftHB aadereignad ha. Jut received a eplendid
A atock of
SPRING AND SUMMER
DRESS GOODS!
Of th, tateet etjlc, and moat beautiful pattern,,
comprise
Bloh Plain and Pan 07 Silka
Chooked and Striped Poplina ;
Figured and Plaid Challia, 1
Prench Merino,;
French Stripe and Check Mohair, ;
Bmpresa, Oriaelle and Mosamblque
Cloth;
English and French Bep Good, j
Bishop and Victoria Lawn* s
India and Swig, Muslin, ;
Chambray,; Jaoonata;
Borages; Gingham,;
Traveling-dreaa Goods, etc,, a to..
Which th, ladle, arc reepectfull, lnrited to call
and examine.
e*a Hie peicee will alwaye be aj low at thole of
any dealer in the State.
CHAS. B. PETTIT.
HOUSE-KEEPING GOODS!
A larf* and well-ealectrd stock of
Oarpatings; Oil-Cloth* ; Mattings ;
Curtain Damask*; Shad* Holland* ;
Lacs and Muslin Curtain* ;
Table-Linen ; Toweling; Napkin*;
Marasille* Quilts ; California Blankata
Sheeting*; Tickings, eto., etc.,
For eale, VERY LOW, by
CHAR. B. PETTIT.
LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S
BOOTS AND SHOES!
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT, by far the largest
sod beat la tha City, from tha mo, celebrated
manufacturers I* New Tor. sod Philadelphia, all of
lb* Dewest styles sod best workmanship.
For sale at the MOST ATTRACTIVE PRICES, by
CHAS. B. PETTIT.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION
la iDTitad to my large and aarled stock of
French, English and American
PRINTS!
DECLARED BT THE LADIES to he the beet and
most beautiful eteorlmeul sear brought to
Ptacoreill*.
Prlooe »or j near wholes*!* oa L
CUAS. a PETTIT.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
Fine and Cheap Clothing!
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
ENGLISH HOSIERY,
— tan —
FURNISHING GOODS,
OP EVERT DESCRIPTION, always on hanJ and
for aala as LOW as by
Any Dealer in California!
CHAS. B. PETTIT.
JUST RECEIVED!
A LARGE INVOICE OP
Fine Blank Frock Coats i
Fine Doeakin Pant*;
Fin* Bilk and Velvet Vesta ;
Fin* Soft Hat*; Straw Hat* ;
Bankart’* Boot*;
Dawi* 4t Jon*** Shirt* i
Traveling Shirt*;
Jumper*; Overall* j
Indian Tanned Buok Glove*;
Soft Driving Gloves, eto., eto„
And for salt, VERT LOW, by
* CHAS. B. PETTIT.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN’S
FURNISHING GOODS!
Ladia* and Mi****' Trimmed Hat* ;
Bonnet end Trimming Ribbon* ;
Velvet Ribbon*; Lao**; Edging*;
Embroidari**, Inaertiops,
Parasol*, Sun-shades, Umbrella*,
Hoaiary. Kid Glove* end Gauntlet*,
Fancy and Trimming Goods in Grant
Variety,
Tha moat complete assortment aver brought to this
City, for sale at BAN FRANCISCO PRICES, by
CHAS. B. PETTIT.
GOODS AT COST!
T SHALL eonttnoe to aoll off all tha old stork o
X DRY GOODS. CLOTHING. BOOTS, SHOES.
HATS, ate., purchased of the creditors of H. A.
Oaffwln A Co., at BAN FRANCISCO COST. Bargains
can be aacurad ky calling early.
CHAS. B. PETTIT.
OBDEBS
-CAROM THE COUNTRY will receive prompt at-
JP taatloo, at tha tamo low prtosa at If boywr*
wars prasant.
REMEMBER
Tha Old Stand of H. A. Cagwin A Co.
IRON FRONT BUILDING.
MAIN STREET, PLACERVILLX.
CHAS. A PETTIT.
Books, Stationers, Etc
STILL ON HAND!
W. HUMIAV. JULIUS OOLDND
W. K. BRADSHAW A OO. f
— mini IS —
BOOKS, STATIONERY,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, PIPES,
FRUITS, NUTS, CANDIES,
TAVIE1 NOTIONS, JBTC.,
Postdates Black, Main Street,
ylac/bbvhjLx,
WOULD take this opportunity of announcing to
their friend, and the public Id general, that
they hare Ju»t received, and arc offering
AT THE LOWEST PBIOE8!
A UNI ABBOETMINT Off
STANDARD BOOKS!
Cunetatlng of the moet popular work, of
PBOBE ADD POETBY,
SCIENCE, BOMANCE,
AND SCHOOL BOOKS,
Together with a full aupply of
SELECT 8TATIONEB Y.
W. M. BRADSHAW A Cd.
PAPERS!
AOBEAT variety of Writing aod Letter Paper,
•ultable for
The Buaineaa Han,
The Lawyer,
The Lover
Or “ Any Other Man.”
W. M. BRADSHAW A CO.
CIRCULATING LIBRARY
WE hire * choice selection of LIGHT READING
MATTER, which coo be hid on very favursble
termi, io •• to mike ft an luducemcut for those
FOND OF READING to
GIVE US A CALL!
W. M. BRADSHAW A CO.
CIGARS TOBACCO, PIPES!
IN till* branch of oar business, we hare taken
especial care to select
THE BEST QUALITY
OF BOTH
CIGARS AND TOBACCO!
So that the lovers of “ The Weed" cun be suited
with (GOOD CIGAR, or If the; prefer it. Excellent
SMOKING TOBACCO!
And to accommodate those that prefer them, we
bare t GREAT VARIETY OE PIPES, such as
M«ericb*uxa,
Turkish,
German, Etc.
As for our |
CHEWING TOBACCO!
One trial will be sufficient to satisfy any one that we
hare THE ARTICLE HE WANTS.
W. M. BRADSHAW 1 CO.
CUTLERY!
KNrVES, RAZORS, SCISSORS, and
other articles will be found, of excellent quali
ty. Our assortment of
PEN AND POCKET KNIVES
Will be found peculiarly cutting.
W. M. BRADSHAW A CO.
YANKEE NOTIONS!
UNDER this denomination, purchasers roust call
and see for theinsvlres, as time and space will
not permit us to enumerate in full our LARGE and
VARIED ASSORTMENT!
But we may say, iu short, that an inspection will
satisfy almost any one, that what is lackit g on our
ahelres will be bard to find in towo.
W. M. BRADSHAW k CO.
CANDIES, FRUITS, NUTS!
THE TEMPERATE AND TORRID ZONES have
bountifully contributed to give us a full supply
of goo articles hi this line, to which we invite the
attention of those wishing something good to eat for
themselves, or to carry home to the children, or “any
other man," or even woman kind.
NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES!
READER, do you take a Magaslne or Newspaper*
If you do not, come to our More and examine
for youraelf, and suMcrlbe for u good New.papcr or
Magaslne. We hare several different kinds
ROB THE LADIES I
To which we Inrlle their special attention, if they
wish to be In receipt of the LATE8T FAHH10NB.
W. M. BRADSHAW t CO.
FINALLY!
WE invite the attention of the citiaens of tbli
City and vicinity, to our
EXTENSIVE STOCK!
We art determined that, as to quality and prices, no
one shell go away dissatisfied. Ws shall keep
NONE BUT GOOD ARTICLES I
And tel them et living prices.
W. M. BRADSHAW A CO.
PucrR-nus, June 6tb, ISA!.
popular Patent ffrticiiu*.
X
ROBERT WHITE,
dktckhk urn chemist.
t
Dealt* ix etettthino mmm rtt its
iMtow, wbfcfc bssMfcs* Mum i ts Puom.
The arm rows iron wtu w «en nppiM
with a tcapMt HWtmf *f
FAIRI, on*.
VABNI8HXB, B BUSHES,
WIHDOW GLASS. FUTTT,
TUBPmm, ALCOHOL,
ETC.. ETC.
Kr Brea article soM at either eetaWlehneat wt»
be gnaraateed ml the bee* qaaiUj. mmjlt
MINERS’ DRUG STORE!
R. J. VAN VOORHTES A CO.,
~ XJRTJOOISTS
Tw - *«» -
® APOTHEC ABIEB,
MAIN STREET, PLACERVILLI,
WB0LK3ALI AMD HttAtL PULSUS If
PIKE DRUGS, MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS,
VARNISHES, WINDOW GLASS,
GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES,
Fancy Good*, Toilet Artiolea, Etc,
tV Prescriptions Compounded. *-t
ALL ORDERS aent to our care will recelre prompt
attention. 9T Remember the direction,
R. J. VAX VOORIIIES * Co.
(SUCCESSORS TO PETTIT It CHOATE,)
*7 MINERS' DRUG STORE. 8m
MAYOB8 OF THIS GREAT CITIES.
W- the undersigned Matob-« here
by certify that the Druggists, Aputh
ecaries and Physicians, of our seve
ral cities, have signed a document
of assurance to us, that the reme
dies of Dr. J. C. Ayer A Co. of Lov
ell, (Aybx's Pamapaailla, Pills.
Aoci Curb and Cbrb*t Pbctoral,)
have been found to be medicines oi
great excellence and worthy of the
confidence of the community :
H. F. Teschemaker M«yor of Ssn
Francisco
E. 8. ridden Mayor of Stockton
C. II. Swift Mayor of Sacramento
James Cook...Maw of Lowell. Mass
A. H. Bullock...Major of Worcester,
Mass
Nath. StUsbee...Mayor of Salem “
F. W. Lincoln...Mayor of Boston "
William Nye...Mayor of New Bed
ford, Mass
J. C. Blaisdel!...Mayor of Fall River
Alvin Beari Major of Nashua, N. II
K. W. Harrington Mayor of Manchester, N. H
John 4bbott Mayor o* Concord, N. M
Wnl. M. Rodman Mayor of Providence, R I
Win! 11. Crant'on Mayor of Newport, R I
Amos W. Prentice Mayor of Norwich, Ct
l V Harris Mayor of New London, Ct
I».*F. Tiemanu -Mayor o f York
R M. Bishop Mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio
ft. II Crawford Mayor of Lou. , *>He.Ky
Chaa. 8 Rodier Mayor of Montreal, w *
H. McKinstry Mayor of Hamilton, C. TV
Adam Wilson Mayor of Toronto,C. W
James W. North Mayor of Augusta, Me
Henry Cooper, Jr Mayor of llallowell, Me
J.S. Beck Mayor of Frederlckton. N. B
John Sloan Mayor of Lyons. Iowa
Jno. Hodgdcn Mayor of Dubuque. Iowa
Fred. Stahl Mayor of Galena, 111
J. I Lyndes Mayor of La Crow, Wls
Sr. Don Anfonlo Echeveria...Mayor of Ilavaoa. Cuba
The mayors of the chief cities of the United
States, Canadas and British Provinces, Chili, Peru,
Brasil, Mexico, and in fact of almost all the cities
on this continent have signed this document to as
sure their people what remedies they may use with
eaf-ty and confidence. But our spare here will not
admit any considerable portion of them, and we
only publish those In this more immediate viciuity.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Cherry Pectoral, Ayer’s Pills
and Ayer’s Ague Cure, prepared by Dr. J. C. ATER
& CO . Lowell, Mass., and sold by
R. White, R. J. Van Voorhlss k Co. and Eugene
Beckmann, Placervillc.
P. W. Cunningham, Georgetown;
M p. Hindman, El Dorado ;
R. II. McDonald k Co., Sacramento;
Crane k Bingham, San Frnnrisco, and all dealers
in medicins. June#
J. J. CVLLEN,
Watchmaker and Jeweler!
(AT TBS OLD STAND OF J. W. RSSLKT.)
ON THE PLABA, PLACERVIIiLF
STlnf ta
.old stand of Mr. SKELEY, on the
(PUra, (adjoining O'Douneira Thea
ter,) respectfully announce* to
public that he la prepared to repair or refvlata
Watches and
MANUFACTUB12 JEWELRY!
Or ever? description, at short notice, sod In Uis
best alyls.
Diamond Work, Enameling, Chasing.
ENGRAVING, SEAL-CUTTING, DIKB1NK1NG sod
GILDING snd SILVERING done in the beat styls sf
the art snd st the shortest notice.
•% Work done promptly snd delivered st the
time apeciflied.
Mr. CULLEN la agent for the sale of the
BAY STATE SEWING MACHINE!
The simplest, cheapest nod beat Sewing Machine now
in use.
ihlAr
ALSO, GUN SMITHING, In general,
iThis department 'rill be under the supervis
ion or FRANK BECKEARt, for
merly of Cnloma. All jobs dona promptly
and nt reasonable prices. may?
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
GOLD AND SILVER .
WATCHES!
GOLD WATCH CHAINS!
DIAMOND RINGS, ETC.,
For Sale low for caeh, by
S. ELSA8SER,
Pawn Broker,
Main street, Placenrllle.
D. NEWBAUER, Agent.
Carpenter, Cabinet-Maker
AND
UNDERTAKER!
A. TEDDER,
U»onnTA*nn,
•’-R Keeps constantly on hand and make, la
order all aiaea of COFFINS Will alro furnish Fune
rala with Hearse, Carriages, ate. Grave, dug—and
everything requisite for Funerals furnished at the
shortest notice, and on the moat reasonable terms I
A. VEDDER also manufactures and keeps always
on hand all kinds and slses of
Window Sash, Doors, Blinds, Bedsteads
Tables, Kitchen Safes, Wardrobes,
Or any article In Furniture, Carpenter or Undertak
er 1 , department—all of which bo warrants to bo
made or the beat materials and workmanship.
Manufactory and Ware room, next door above tho
Soda Factory, above Stony Point, Main street, Pie
cerviUt. JunelS-Sm
u
Ex-City Sexton.—Undertaker,
%
JOHN ROT,
MAUI IP AND MAMUFACTVBU OF
%
Furniture, Katreues, Bedding, etc,,
Which ha koepa constantly on baad.oraaaafeo
tnrs* t» order, al short aoths end on reasonable
tonne. Upholstering neatly executed.
■ JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
COLOMA.
„ Next door to the OSes of tho Dsaeoerat,
\ Placenrllle.
L?_
-at—r.- 0
THX raw IVMUUO
WAMtMiW
SEWIHO' KAGXSVEr
(hue*, HwdlMt Oiler. Iwt-IHm.
Oluap, MHItoXm m4
Printed JMrMttMMf
TBS B1W 1WBLAM
Family Sewing Maahtne
Hu been declared, tf at) who have wM ea t*.
equal to any amine Machiaa ewar t*Ml ta the
public. It la
CHEAP, COMPACT, SIMPUT
AND DVBABUI
And Itta warrant*) to do ITH! NINB of Umtf
Sewing, eolUk, Unaa, Woolen or Onttna Geede. u
usee an; tinrd thread Aoat the apaal; wy am aaa
understand aad work H wttb eaae.
Full Instruction* CMm
- ill -
EVERY KACHm
WARRANTED * KEPT DT OBSB
mi Or CHARORI
By perta Union, tha underslgnsd nwisttettf eater*
to the [allowing ladlaa who ban paniaud aad aaa
hare the Machine* to u*a.
STEWART A IHEAR, General Aetata ter the
Pacific coast, No. S Montgomery ml, Ian Pranetua.
m. i. fdliwii
Agent for D Dorado Ceantp, HatatilBa
RIPREINCSR.
Thla hi to certify that the
i he New England family fiewlaf Machiaa
year with entire eatl tract Ion. and prater tt la aar
other fiewing Machine to on. Wa hare washed It
constantly during the yew wtthont tte Idtef eat at
order, we heartily recommend it te the nabtta.
WM. '
pu.'erruie, May Id, IMS.
UTTLIS CUNT
Family Sewing Machine Co.,
HILLIB ft BOOKLIV, iOUTI,
No. 90S Montgomery Bt-. Sab >HMlm
Bum Block.
PRICE $35 ! WORTH fSOI
r> practically develop and per*
Machine art to to carry Joy and _
email portion of the clrlllaad world : hat to
the Sewing Machine art in the higbeat degree
it le neceeearr
1. To dlretl the Sewing Machine of every
and clumey attachment and every fancy and com
plicated contrivance.
t. It moat be elraple In Ite ronofreetieo threagh
out, that It may be eaeUy anderetoed and readily
adjusted.
I. It muet be certain In Ita reeulta.
4. It muet be adapted to a great rang* of oeebv
ae moat famiUee can have but one maeblae far all
kinde of eewlog.
A. It abould be atrong and durable in all Ha MM.
The above and more we claim for the Little Ulaat
Family Sewing Machine. It la an racy leak to otter
high sounding reference, and men Hone—and etill
eaaler to publish nonaeneieal medal talk of Slype at
and nattering testimonial*—which la of no earthly
•ervice to the buyer, ainoe the neereet mechtaee Ibr-
Blab them In the greatest than denes. aad the* toe ef
neceeelty, to conceal their laett yt merit. The utile
Giant Family Sewing MaeMaee bae ytmeyd tbt Sery
ordeal or all maehlaee,
part year, aad the eaten
Heal, but hue come out i
before the public
in noe. Coat off maehlaee are
low and half prices, which are dea
public well know. We, there tore, would teak elm ply
an Intelligent ex am loot too of the mrrtte ef ear ma
chines In eomparteon with the hlghprleed mat Mara.
Every machine warranted and kept la order bee ef
charge.
Kooollaot, Frio* Only tH.
jSSpEsSi
MjL aadjiMWttk^i
N. B.—We have ao eoaneettea with aay ether
agency. Arm. or company whatever. A Ml ragpiy
of Mechlnee, HIMMUp, N-ad lee, BHhTwtet, lad
everything appertaining to ttewlag MeeMeel, eea
ataotly on hand, wholeeele or retail- AS erdtro
promptly attended to. Ageate euyyttei ou Hberal
terms. MILLEB * tePCKUM,
General Agents for the Little FemSy PewhM
Mechlnee, Mg Montgomery Mreet, Bam Machs
Ban Francisco. JaastT Smyk
W. BABTBAM,
DOORS, WINDOWS
— in —
BLINDIt
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION!
At Sad VnuU«» Frias* aad might.
Alee, all kinde of
HDQAJS. FIRM AND COMMON
T.TTlfltSfSl
t. and o. Firoownra, oinuB
LDHB1B.
thlsflftt, SIwkM, I sthtt, Ktg^
Mala Steeet. PlacervRta.
0* AH orders yvemytly aad hkMdl^glhwM
ARE YOU
tw
TH* undersigned la
I large number •« I
Companies having a
tell.

D
BEDS, MORTOA
tiene of Hemseteai

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